Some combinations just work. Milk and cookies, sweet and salty, and my personal favourite: booze and ice cream. So naturally, I was absolutely ecstatic when I found out that my fav combo is now being sold at Chez Serge on boulevard St-Laurent.
Montreal truly is a city that has it all.
Just when you thought ice cream season was coming to an end, this spot found a way of to let this sweet treat live all year long.
Not only will your taste buds be pleading for more, but you'll also be able to get a little buzz on in the process, which is a win-win for all of your senses.
Where in Montreal sells it?Alanna Moore | MTL Blog
This epic tasting boozy ice cream is sold exclusively at Chez Serge.
Located on boulevard St-Laurent, this well-known bar just got even cooler — no pun intended!
One of the owners let us know that this boozy treat will soon be available on UberEats, which is ideal for anyone who's too lazy to go out and party but still wants to get their buzz on.
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La Fabuleuse ice cream currently comes in six different flavours, each of which is better tasting than the next.
There are two sorbet options: the Cubaine, which is mojito inspires and the Marseillaise which is rosé with peach. Both of which are sorbets and both of which are fabulous tasting.
After that, there's the Sibérienne, which is white Russian inspired, La Portuguese, which tastes exactly like a pastel de nata, L'Irlandaise, which has the same flavour as an Irish car bomb.
And, last but not least, there's also the Fée Verte which has the most alcohol in it, and is made with absinthe and pistachio.
La Fabuleuse Ice Cream Is A Women-Owned CompanyAlanna Moore | MTL Blog
Not only are these boozy flavours incredibly tasty, but they're all named after women.
This could be seen as an ode to the three women who've created the products together.
I think it's fair to say that this female-owned company is one of the coolest local brands found in the city at the moment.
One of the three we had the chance to speak with, Claire is co-owner of Chez Serge and also designed its cool, new location, which is worth checking out even if you don't want boozy ice cream.
Boozy Ice Cream At Chez Serge
Price: a 3-ounce "shot" is $4.99 and a 16-ounce "pint" costs $15.50.
Address: 4281, blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec; Fabuleux Chez Serge
Why You Need To Go: To try a new tasty treat that'll make you feel a little tipsy while filling your stomach.